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Published on Dec 21, 2010
Christian people think that they have a moral high ground that doesn't exist and the myth that our country's founding fathers were Christians is nonsense. I support that conclusion. I agree with what Penn Gillette and other public spoken atheists say about Christianity. Once it became a business it became perverted. In Ancient times we went to the village wise man for answers. When he figured out he could live off of giving answers, he kept making things up that were so unbelievable that some thought, "Well, he couldn't just make that up and expect us to believe that." There was no science or nature in his stories. Later, those stories that were myths became religion and being the wise man became a business. Those who are too ignorant to believe in their own sense of morality turn to religion, which helps them feel right about being wrong. When they do something wrong, it was the devils fault and if they do something right, it is an act of God.